husband, father, and pappy Roger Verne McClean Jr.,
55, of Butler, PA woke up in the arms of Jesus, his
Savior on March 28, 2020 after a brave long battle
with his health.
Born September 17, 1964 in Butler, PA, Roger was the
son of Roger V. McClean Sr. (and his wife Marilyn),
and Sharon Leah Skellenger.
Roger married his beautiful wife Wendy on May 18,
2013. He so loved and was proud of his daughters;
Brittany McClean, and grandson Parker of Butler, PA;
and Stephanie Nickerson (and husband Nate) of
Roger is also survived by his siblings Scott (Stephany)
McClean of Brownsummit, NC; Leah (Bill) McClintock
of Butler, PA; Steve (Dorrine) Ralston of New York,
NY; Brother-In-Law Fred (Jackie) Pryor of Slippery
Rock, PA, and Sister-In-Law Robin Pryor-Walters of
West Liberty, PA. He had many nieces and nephews;
Jacob, Scotty, Jordan, Meredith, Taylor (Michael),
Rachel, Hayley, Whitney & Victoria, Ty (April),
Brittany; Andrew, and Adam.
Roger was preceded in death by his father, Roger V.
McClean, Sr.; his grandparents, William and Bernice
McClean; and nephew, Austin.
Roger was a 1983 graduate of Butler High School, and
retired from the Armstrong Cable Company after 20
years of faithful labor. He was a hard worker, and
loved by all that he met in his line of work. Roger
loved the outdoors and enjoyed fishing and golfing.
He was a proud Pittsburgh sports fan. His passions
were his friends and family, spending time with them
camping and enjoying long weekends at the river and
the beach. He was most joyful with sand between his
toes and the sun on his face.
It's hard to go very far in Butler County without
finding someone who knows Roger. He made an impact
and left an impression on everyone that met him.
Countless stories have been shared of his kindness
and generosity. He was a loving husband, a dedicated
father, and a loyal friend.
Roger's family would like to extend special thanks
to the staff of American Renal Association in
Butler, his dialysis nurses; Shawn, Tim, and George
and various other nurses (especially Robin) for
their exceptional care over the past few years.
As per Roger's wishes, there will be no visitation
or services and his family encourages you to share
your memories of Roger with the hashtag - #StrongLikeRoger.